Distributed Cloud Computing
Nebula is a dispersed cloud infrastructure that uses volunteer edge resources for both computation and data storage. Nebula provides lightweight architecture that enables distributed data-intensive computing through a number of optimizations, including location-aware data and computation placement, replication, and recovery. Since each voluntary edge resource can join, leave and fail at any time, it also provides fault-tolerance and scalability.
Improved Storage Management
Centralized cloud infrastructures are today’s norm for data-intensive computing, but their centralized resources render them ill-suited for dispersed-data-intensive applications where the data may be spread at multiple geographical locations. Nebula enables large amounts of processing (e.g. filtering and aggregation) to be done independently in-situ and supports both compute and data resources, all while lowering costs and affording greater privacy.
BENEFITS AND FEATURES OF NEBULA: DISTRIBUTED EDGE CLOUD FOR DATA INTENSIVE COMPUTING:
- Offers distributed data-intensive computing
- Uses volunteer edge resources
- Ideal for both computation and data storage
- Accounts for geographically distributed data
- Cost effective and greater privacy
Phase of Development - Beta Application